You'll love Deep Breath by Edens Garden if you like Breathe by doTERRA.
Clear, bright, and balanced, Deep Breath is your preferred companion as the winter chill clears away and we start to get a little more green back in our lives!
Applied topically or gently inhaled, Deep Breath will be your new favorite go-to blend. Deep Breath is a minty and refreshing blend of Laurel Leaf, Eucalyptus- Globulus, Peppermint, Tea Tree, Lemon, Ravintsara and Cardamom essential oils.
Not sure which respiratory blend is right for you? Check out our blog on the differences here.
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Safety: Keep out of reach of children. If pregnant or under a doctor’s care, consult physician. Avoid contact with eyes. Do not use internally unless instructed by a licensed aromatherapist or physician. Avoid sunlight or UV rays for up to 12 hours after applying topically.
Shelf Life: 2 Years
Pet Safety: Essential oils are generally safe to diffuse around adult cats and dogs intermittently. Ensure the room you’re diffusing in is well-ventilated and that your pet can leave if desired. Discontinue use if you notice any adverse reaction. Avoid topical use and diffusing around young pets, small animals or pets with health problems.
Apply Topically: Our Single Essential Oils and Synergy Blends are 100% pure and undiluted. To apply to the skin, dilute with a high-quality Carrier Oil. See our dilution chart here. We recommend performing a skin patch test when using a new essential oil topically.
Diffuse & Inhale: Breathe in your favorite essential oils using an essential oil diffuser or personal pocket inhaler. For instructions on how to use your diffuser, please refer to the diffuser's product page.
DIYs: Explore simple and fun recipes on The Drop, our essential oil blog with expert tips, EO news, and informative reads.
Add 1-2 drops of Deep Breath to a bowl of steamy water. Sitting in a comfortable chair, close your eyes, place your face over the bowl and cover your head with a towel. Inhale for 5 minutes.
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